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1975 17
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1977 17
1978 14
1979 7
1980 19
1981 20
1982 32
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1984 38
1985 56
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1987 69
1988 57
1989 50
1990 70
1991 59
1992 40
1993 41
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1995 32
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1997 43
1998 37
1999 31
2000 50
2001 57
2002 61
2003 42
2004 78
2005 53
2006 59
2007 46
2008 74
2009 135
2010 111
2011 129
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Establishing Apical Patency: To be or not to be?
Mohammadi Z, et al. J Contemp Dent Pract 2017 - Review. PMID 28349913
INTRODUCTION: The apical portion of the root canal is very complex and challenging during endodontic treatment. Root canal preparation and obturation to the apical constriction may provide the best prognosis. ...Furthermore, the effect of establishing patency on reaching irrigation solutions to the apical portion of the canal and prognosis of root canal treatment are discussed. ...
INTRODUCTION: The apical portion of the root canal is very complex and challenging during endodontic treatment. Root canal pre …
Root fractures: epidemiological, clinical and radiographic aspects.
Popescu SM, et al. Rom J Morphol Embryol 2017. PMID 28730236 Free article.
Two clinical forms are described: crown-root fractures with crown origin and vertical root fractures with root origin. The aim of the study was to determine the prevalence of the root fractured extracted teeth in two dental clinics with different profile [oral rehabilitation (OR) and endodontics (E)] and to present some particular aspects of the root fractures. ...For root fractured extracted teeth were noted: fracture type, tooth vitality, restoration type. Although the number of the patients with tooth extractions in the five years period was significantly higher in OR clinic than in E clinic, the number of tooth extractions was almost similar. ...
Two clinical forms are described: crown-root fractures with crown origin and vertical root fractures with root origin. …
Root grooves on two adjacent anterior teeth of Australopithecus africanus.
Towle I, et al. Int J Paleopathol 2018. PMID 30126662
Tooth root grooves and other ante-mortem dental tissue loss, not associated with caries found on or near the cementoenamel junction (CEJ), are commonly termed non-carious cervical lesions. ...Only one individual shows ante-mortem root grooves consistent with non-carious cervical lesions. Two teeth, a mandibular right permanent lateral incisor (STW 270) and canine (STW 213), belonging to the same Australopithecus africanus individual, show clear ante-mortem grooves on the labial root surface. ...
Tooth root grooves and other ante-mortem dental tissue loss, not associated with caries found on or near the cementoenamel jun
Physical properties of root cementum: part 23. Effects of 2 or 3 weekly reactivated continuous or intermittent orthodontic forces on root resorption and tooth movement: a microcomputed tomography study.
Aras B, et al. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2012 - Clinical Trial. PMID 22284296
INTRODUCTION: The force application period is a modifiable factor in root resorption. There is still ambiguity if the continuity of force application is advantageous in terms of root resorption and tooth movement. ...CONCLUSIONS: Intermittent force causes less root resorption and tooth movement than continuous force. Root resorption decreases irrespective of the timing of reactivation, when a pause is given. ...
INTRODUCTION: The force application period is a modifiable factor in root resorption. There is still ambiguity if the continuity of f …
Histology of NeoMTA Plus and Quick-Set2 in Contact with Pulp and Periradicular Tissues in a Canine Model
Walsh RM, et al. J Endod 2018. PMID 30144833 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this study was to compare the healing of pulpal and periapical tissues in dogs after exposure to NeoMTA Plus and Quick-Set2 after pulpotomy and root-end surgery procedures. METHODS: Seventy-two teeth (36 for each procedure) in 6 beagle dogs received pulpotomy or root-end surgery using either NeoMTA Plus or Quick-Set2. ...
The purpose of this study was to compare the healing of pulpal and periapical tissues in dogs after exposure to NeoMTA Plus and Quick-Set2 a …
Direct or indirect post crowns to restore compromised teeth: a review of the literature
Owen TA and Barber M. Br Dent J 2018 - Review. PMID 29569608
Post crowns are restorations which utilise the root canal space to improve the retention and resistance form of teeth which lack coronal tooth structure. ...
Post crowns are restorations which utilise the root canal space to improve the retention and resistance form of teeth which lack coro …
Force distribution is more important than its intensity!
Consolaro A. Dental Press J Orthod 2014. PMID 24713555 Free PMC article.
A common question about root resorption is raised in orthodontic practice: What is more important, the intensity of force or its distribution along the root, periodontal and alveolar structures? Diffuse distribution of forces applied to periodontal tissues during tooth movement tends not to promote neither extensive areas of cell matrix hyalinization nor significant death of cementoblasts that lead to root resorption. ...
A common question about root resorption is raised in orthodontic practice: What is more important, the intensity of force or its dist …
Evaluation of apically extruded debris and irrigant using different file systems
Kütük B, et al. Niger J Clin Pract 2017. PMID 29378986 Free article.
The root canals were instrumented by using Mtwo (VDW, Munich, Germany), Twisted File (TF; Sybron Endo, Orange, California, USA), Reciproc (VDW), Self-Adjusting File (SAF; Re Dent-Nova, Ra'anana, Israel) systems, and K-type stainless steel hand file (Mani Inc., Tochigi, Japan). ...
The root canals were instrumented by using Mtwo (VDW, Munich, Germany), Twisted File (TF; Sybron Endo, Orange, California, USA), Reci …
Effect of root morphology on the susceptibility of endodontically treated teeth to vertical root fracture: An ex-vivo model.
Pilo R, et al. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater 2017. PMID 28113131
Vertical root fracture (VRF) of endodontically treated teeth is relatively common, and the involved teeth have a poor prognosis. ...Cracks in the roots appeared from the apex to the cement enamel junction (CEJ) (61%), apex to mid-root (26%) and mid-root to CEJ (13%), and they involved either two root surfaces (52%) or one root surface (48%) and closely resembled clinical VRF cases. ...
Vertical root fracture (VRF) of endodontically treated teeth is relatively common, and the involved teeth have a poor prognosis. ...C …
Frequency and levels of candidate endodontic pathogens in acute apical abscesses as compared to asymptomatic apical periodontitis
Rôças IN and Siqueira JF. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29293651 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: Acute apical abscess is caused by bacteria that leave the infected dental root canal to invade the periodontal tissues. ...METHODS: Samples were taken from the root canals of teeth with asymptomatic apical periodontitis (n = 73) and by aspiration of purulent exudate from acute abscesses (n = 55). ...
INTRODUCTION: Acute apical abscess is caused by bacteria that leave the infected dental root canal to invade the periodontal tissues. …
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